Aluu4: Police Sergeant, Lucky Orji, Dismissed, Faces Prosecution

Aluu4: Police Sergeant, Lucky Orji, Who Cheered Mob On Dismissed, Faces Prosecution

The death of four undergraduates students of the University of Port Harcourt has led to the dismissal of a sergeant of the Nigerian police force who gave the order that the mob kill the suspected students by members of the Aluu Community.

altMr. Frank Mba, the Police Force Public Relations officer today, Wednesday the 17th of October 2012 in an interview on Channels TV said the Sergeant dismissed from the police known as Lucky Orji is among the 13 persons to be charged to court today; the dismissed policeman alongside was said to have stumbled upon the angry mob beating the students, Mba said.

The officers were not even sent to the scene, he went on his own, outside the code of conduct and professional ethics of the job. One was professional to ask the mob to stop and the other asked them to continue, the police P.R.O noted as such as parts of its internal cleansing in which the police force engages the officer has been relieved of his duties and is to be prosecuted.

He said the fact that the police is prepared to prosecute the officer, is a measure of its resolve to put an end to all forms of impunity in the Nigerian Police.



Re: 3 Uniport Students Lynched.
Denker posted on 10-06-2012, 07:12:33 AM
Re: 3 Uniport Students Lynched.
Denker posted on 10-06-2012, 07:19:41 AM
Father of UNIPORT student lynched for stealing phone speaks
By News Express, www.newsexpressngr.com, on 06/10/2012


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He is well-to-do, a top Senior Manager at the Pipelines and Products Marketing Company (PPMC), a subsidiary of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).

He can afford to buy any type of telephone handset or laptop for any of his four sons. But this morning when Onyema Biringa (shown in photo), who is based in Port Harcourt, capital of Rivers State in South-South Nigeria, woke up, it was to prepare for the burial of his first son, Chiadikobi, who was lynched yesterday by a mob for allegedly stealing handsets and laptops.

The bereaved father, who alongside his family s still reeling from shock, is seeking divine intervention over the cruel fate that has befallen his beloved son. I have handed over the murderers to God,Ă‚Âť he told a relative last night.

News Express reports that Chiadikobi and two other students of the University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT) believed to be his friends were forcibly seized by a mob at Allu, an off campus suburb where they lived, paraded naked, mercilessly beaten to death despite passionate pleas, had their necks bedecked with used tyres preparatory to being set ablaze.

The only one to be identified, Chiadikobia's body has been taken to his hometown, Umungwa, Obowo, in neighbouring Imo State, for burial today.

Outrage has greeted his murder and that of the other victims of the jungle justice. Writing on Facebook, one of his relatives, Okonkwo Queen, said: My eyes are filled with tears. My dear brother may your soul rest in peace.
Four UniPort Students Tortured To Death
NVS posted on 10-06-2012, 09:36:47 AM

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Aladin, One of the victims

Four young University of Port Harcourt students (all in their early 20s) were yesterday tortured  and burnt alive by indigenes of Aluu community, in Rivers State in hazy circumstances.

According to accounts, five students who are members of a cult went to the community to carry some sort of cult activity when they were accosted and arrested at around 5.30am by vigilante group in the community that has a recent history of armed robberies.

One of the five escaped, while the four others were taken before the community leaders who passed judgment on them, after which they were tortured and burnt to death.

There were reports that the Police made attempts to intervene but were rebuffed by the villagers.  



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Re: Four UniPort Students Tortured To Death
Superego posted on 10-06-2012, 09:43:15 AM
Ah, Boko Haram oh!! Divide Nigeria!
Re: Four UniPort Students Lynched
Tonsoyo posted on 10-06-2012, 12:06:23 PM
I will sign when law starts to work in Nigeria, when all the subsidy thieves and Farogue are jailed. For now anarchy reigns supreme in the land and this is not an exception to warrant any special action, we need an holistic approach. People are killed like this on Lagos streets on daily basis, how come we are not signing petitions? Because those are not college students?
Re: Four UniPort Students Lynched
Anioma777 posted on 10-06-2012, 13:49:55 PM
@tonsonyo

You have the wrong attitude and coming from a so called lawyer is quite extraordinary!!!

Their educational or socio-economic status is irrelevant.

@Anwulika

You have your work cut out.


@All

What a shameful act and I can guarantee the vast majority carrying out these self styles jungle justice and playing spectator at the side filming this nonsense will on sunday carry their smelly evil yansh to church. Why have a we descended to such an evil and barbaric state. I keep saying this God forgive me the sooner we are PUT OUT OF OUR COLLECTIVELY MISERY the better.
Re: Four UniPort Students Lynched
Anwulika posted on 10-06-2012, 14:18:45 PM
QUOTE:
I will sign when law starts to work in Nigeria, when all the subsidy thieves and Farogue are jailed. For now anarchy reigns supreme in the land and this is not an exception to warrant any special action, we need an holistic approach. People are killed like this on Lagos streets on daily basis, how come we are not signing petitions? Because those are not college students?


Chief Tons,

This is how we got to the petition:

http://www.nigeriavillagesquare.com/forum/lounge/72014-mob-lynching-one-chance-suspects-mobbed-abuja.html

I don't know if the one chance suspects or any of the other mob lynching cases on that thread were college students but while we are waiting for the subsidy thieves and Farooks to be jailed are we going to sit around and do nothing while lesser thieves at the rung of the ladder and innocent people are lynched everyday? I just can't understand the lack-lustre attitude of our people regarding such issues. We would rather do nothing and moan from morning till night than half a thing. Even if the move has only one percent chance of achieving any reforms is it not worth it to sign the petition to save one life?

Signature kpere!

Not like we asking for biometrics scan....
Four UniPort Students Lynched
Nijalaw posted on 10-06-2012, 14:36:43 PM
This is buzzing on FB.

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QUOTE:
THE VICE CHANCELLOR OF UNIPORT, THE RIVER STATE COMMISSIONER OF POLICE AND THE GOVERNOR OF RIVER STATE MUST BE MADE TO ACCOUNT FOR THIS.
Three Students of UNIPORT was stricken naked, beaten and finally burnt to death for allegedly stealing phone and laptop.
The Police will not claim they are looking for evidence because the incident was recorded by many people who were watching for fun. Just few d
ays ago, 46 undergraduates where called on a row call and murdered in Mubi and now another 3 murdered in PH. Nigerians no longer respect the rule of law when it involves poor and ordinary Nigerians like them, but when the Politicians loot, steall as high as 2.7trillion, oil vessels get missing, people are caught trying to smuggle $7M at the airport, Ecological fund missing, Subsidy fund missing, pension fund missing, Nigerians will quote the law that they are not guilty till a court of competent jurisdiction pronounces them so. NIGERIANS DONT YOU THINK THAT THIS ACT OF SHAME MUST STOP? Pls spread this news till the affected leaders explains to Nigerians what happened.


Viewer discretion is advised on the link below.

http://abdulazizosikoya.wordpress.com/2012/10/05/jungle-justice-see-picture-of-alleged-robbers-caught-and-lynched-in-port-harcourt-graphic-photos/

More info from Tribune.

http://www.tribune.com.ng/sat/index.php/news/8770-four-uniport-students-lynched-over-alleged-robbery.html
Re: 3 Uniport Students Lynched.
Denker posted on 10-06-2012, 14:36:43 PM








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Aladin, One of the victims




Four young University of Port Harcourt students (all in their early 20s) were yesterday tortured and burnt alive by indigenes of Aluu community, in Rivers State in hazy circumstances.



According to accounts, five students went to the community to carry some sort of cult activity when they were accosted and arrested at around 5.30am by vigilante group in the community that has a recent history of armed robberies.



One of the five escaped, while the four others were taken before the community leaders who passed judgment on them, after which they were tortured and burnt to death.















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Re: Four UniPort Students Lynched
A N Other posted on 10-06-2012, 14:47:35 PM
Sirs,
This challenges our humanity.
Is Nigeria beyond redemption? How can this happen?
In the name of that we hold dear; justice must not only be done, but must be seen to have been done- and swiftly too.
The people responsible for this ie those who let it happen are culpable and they must be properly dealt with in accordance with the law (the actual perpetrators; the 'so called' village elders; the policemen who attended at the scene, prior to the murders, but left without rescuing the Uniport 4; the university authorities- vicariously liable as they had ample time, 7 hours to, intervene etc.).
Murder has committed, it matters not what these 4 young men are accused of.
This is incredibly sad and unnecessary.
Thank you.
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